Madison County election results

(Posted Nov. 5, 2014)

The following are the unofficial results of the Nov. 4 general election, as released by the Madison County Board of Elections. The official certification will take place Nov. 25 after absentee and provisional ballots are accounted for. The top vote getters at this time are marked with a (•).

Of the county’s 23,805 registered voters, 10,333 cast ballots (43.41 percent).

CANDIDATES

Madison County Commissioner

• David Dhume (R)                       6,387  (64.08%)

Denise Worthington (D)            3,580  (35.92%)

 

Madison County Auditor

• Jennifer S. Hunter (R)             7,975  (100%)

 

Court of Common Pleas Judge

General/Domestic Division

(unexpired term ending Dec. 31, 2016)

• Eamon P. Costello (R)              6,949  (100%)

 

Court of Common Pleas Judge

Probate/Juvenile Division

• Christopher J. Brown (R)         7,142  (100%)

 

ISSUES

London City Schools

(1% income tax renewal for five years for operating expenses)

• For the levy                  2,087  (56.5%)

Against the levy            1,607  (43.5%)

 

Hurt-Battelle Memorial Library of West Jefferson

(1.5-mill, five-year renewal levy for operating expenses)

• For the levy               1,392  (72.24%)

Against the levy            535  (27.26%)

 

Mount Sterling Public Library

(0.4-mill, five-year additional levy for operating expenses)

For the levy                    1,110  (48.9%)

• Against the levy         1,160  (51.1%)

 

Pleasant Darby Union Cemetery

(1-mill, five-year additional levy for cemetery maintenance and operation)

• For the levy                    792  (50.03%)

Against the levy               791  (49.97%))

 

Village of Midway

(3-mill continuing levy for current expenses)

• For the levy                 38  (61.29%)

Against the levy            24  (38.71%)

 

Madison County 9-1-1

(0.8-mill, five-year renewal levy)

• For the levy                  7,490  (73.66%)

Against the levy            2,678  (26.34%)

 

Fairfield Township

(4.5-mill, five-year renewal levy for fire protection and emergency services)

• For the levy                    341  (73.02%)

Against the levy            126  (26.98%)

 

Paint Township

(1.1-mill, five-year replacement levy for cemetery maintenance and operation)

• For the levy                147  (71.01%)

Against the levy            60  (28.99%)

 

Pleasant Valley Fire Department

(10-mill, five-year replacement levy for fire protection and emergency services)

• For the levy               1,237  (71.79%)

Against the levy            486  (28.21%)

 

Village of South Solon

(2-mill, five-year renewal levy for current expenses)

• For the levy                  42  (55.26%)

Against the levy            34  (44.74%)

 

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